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Ready For Our First Giro d'Italia


Tudor Pro Cycling Giro d'Italia 2024 lineup riders

Tudor Pro Cycling will be at the start of its first ever Giro d’Italia this Saturday 4 May in Torino. The team’s line up will be made up of Alberto Dainese, Robin Froidevaux, Alexander Kamp, Alexander Krieger, Marius Mayrhofer, Michael Storer, Florian Stork and Matteo Trentin. The selection brings a wealth of experience and offers Sport Directors different cards to play in the hunt for stage victories. 


The Swiss Team put together a group capable of performing on all terrains. Italian Sprinter Alberto Dainese has already won three Grand Tour stages and will be the main man for flatter stages finishing in bunch sprints. His Swiss lead out man Robin Froidevaux has been with the team since 2021 and will race his first Grand Tour ever, whereas Road Captain Matteo Trentin will try to add to his tally of eight Grand Tour stage victories in hillier terrain. The lead out train will be completed by experienced German Alexander Krieger and fellow countryman Marius Mayrhofer, who will try to capture his first ever Grand Tour stage victory. The 2021 Vuelta a Espana King of the Mountain Michael Storer together with German Florian Stork will be the team’s best options for a stage victory when the peloton hits the mountains. The versatile Dane Alexander Kamp completes the line up, adding strength for hilly stages.


We believe that this team gives us the best chance in the hunt for stages. We couldn‘t be more excited for our first Grand Tour

Team owner Fabian Cancellara believes in the riders selected for the team’s first ever Grand Tour: “We believe that this team gives us the best chance in the hunt for stages. We couldn‘t be more excited for our first Grand Tour.”


The team will be supported by a staff consisting of 20 people, taking care of the complex logistics and the riders’ well-being. A big effort not just for the riders but for everyone involved: “To get here already required a huge effort from our staff, partners and riders. We are ready and willing to go the extra mile to have the most successful Giro possible” explains CEO Raphael Meyer.


The team is headed to Torino in the coming days where it will get ready for the first stage between Venaria Reale and Torino on 4 May.

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